An epididymal cyst is otherwise known as a spermatocele. It is a painless, fluid-filled cyst in the long, tightly coiled tube above and behind each testicle. It also appears as a lump on the scrotum. The fluid in the cyst may contain sperms that are alive. This cyst resolves on time and does not require treatment, but large painful cysts need surgery to remove them.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am having testicular pain for the last three months. I did a scrotum color Doppler test twice in different hospitals. Reports are normal. Please suggest any ayurveda medicines for my testicular pain. I have attached my reports for your reference. Kindly help me. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I just read your query and saw the attached file (attachments removed to protect the patient's identity). As per your report, there is a small hypoechoic growth in the right epididymal head, which can be a reason behind your pain. However, there are no clear signs of... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor,I am suffering from an epididymal cyst in my left testis. Large anechoic cystic lesion of size measuring 1.61*2.05*4.41 cm, vol 7.62 cc in the head of left epididymis. And my right epididymis is thickened and inflamed. Is it possible to cure both without surgery? Read Full »